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Andy graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering. While pursuing his degree, Andy served as manager of body design and fabrication for the Longhorn Solar Race Car Team. Andy continued his education at Pennsylvania State University, obtaining a master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering in 1999. His research focused on molecular dynamics simulation of dissociation kinetics.
After graduation, Andy began working for United Space Alliance (USA), the primary NASA contractor for the space shuttle program. Andy specialized in computer simulation of shuttle launch trajectories. While at USA, he supported systems used by the Flight Dynamics Officer during shuttle launches and automated data processing procedures. In 2004, Andy left USA to work for Boeing, developing ground software for a Department of Defense satellite. In particular, Andy focused on computer simulation of spacecraft trajectories, user interfaces for ground support personnel, and spacecraft communication analysis. In addition, Andy worked as a video game developer for TransDimensional Entertainment (TDEI) to create a space combat simulation. He developed a full six degree-of-freedom simulation, including collision dynamics and control systems.
In 2005, Andy left Boeing to attend South Texas College of Law. During law school, Andy served as Articles Editor for the South Texas Law Review. In May of 2008, he graduated, summa cum laude, and subsequently passed the July 2008 Texas Bar Exam. Andy joined Fletcher Yoder in September 2008. His practice focuses on automotive interiors and electronics, and agricultural equipment.
- B.S., University of Texas, 1997, Aerospace Engineering
- M.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1999, Aerospace Engineering
- J.D., South Texas College of Law, 2008